Departures Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport, GA (ATL)Departures flight plan for Wednesday, July 6, 2022*
Arrivals Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport, GA (ATL)Arrivals flight plan for Wednesday, July 6, 2022*
133 cheap direct flights from & to Atlanta (ATL)
Delta Air Lines (DL1231, DL1227, DL1224, DL1251, DL1346, DL1323), Gol Transportes Aéreos (G38098), Virgin Atlantic Airways (VS5189)
SAS Scandinavian Airlines (SK6715, SK3905), United Airlines (UA496, UA1112, UA3406), Delta Air Lines (DL214, DL2486), Korean Air (KE3534)
Korean Air (KE3546, KE3536, KE3537, KE3547), Delta Air Lines (DL1993, DL1089, DL2675), Virgin Atlantic Airways (VS4769)
Delta Air Lines (DL1993, DL2675, DL2237), Virgin Atlantic Airways (VS4769), Korean Air (KE3685, KE3798), Jet Airways (India) (9W7114, 9W7119)
Delta Air Lines (DL1735, DL1219, DL2988, DL2126, DL195), China Southern Airlines (CZ1005), KLM (KL5070), Korean Air (KE7083)
Delta Air Lines (DL2225, DL2979, DL2232), Korean Air (KE3623, KE7190, KE3622), KLM (KL5086), Aerolineas Argentinas (AR7012)
Delta Air Lines (DL1433, DL1416, DL1402, DL1412), Korean Air (KE6975, KE7103), KLM (KL7012), Jet Airways (India) (9W7933)
Delta Air Lines (DL214, DL2486, DL1992, DL2826), Virgin Atlantic Airways (VS4760), KLM (KL5989), Korean Air (KE7304), Jet Airways (India) (9W8195)
Delta Air Lines (DL1093, DL1095, DL1073, DL1099, DL185, DL843, DL1158), Korean Air (KE6948)
Delta Air Lines (DL1248, DL1231, DL1227, DL1224, DL1245), Korean Air (KE3717, KE6962), Jet Airways (India) (9W7639)
United Airlines (UA6012), Delta Air Lines (DL1661, DL2088, DL2237, DL2125), Air France (AF8978), Vietnam Airlines (VN3044), Aerolineas Argentinas (AR7004)
Delta Air Lines (DL1124, DL1126, DL1117, DL1127, DL1119, DL1220, DL2226), Korean Air (KE6893)
United Airlines (UA1900), Delta Air Lines (DL1626, DL775), China Southern Airlines (CZ1251), KLM (KL5006), Virgin Atlantic Airways (VS5285, VS1881), Gol Transportes Aéreos (G38132)
Delta Air Lines (DL1354, DL2222, DL1150, DL2637), Jet Airways (India) (9W7852, 9W7643), China Southern Airlines (CZ1007), Korean Air (KE3687)
Delta Air Lines (DL1626, DL1865, DL1635), Korean Air (KE3644), Virgin Atlantic Airways (VS4479), Jet Airways (India) (9W7646), China Southern Airlines (CZ1250), Gol Transportes Aéreos (G38143)
Korean Air (KE3536, KE3537), United Airlines (UA568), Austrian Airlines (OS7773), Delta Air Lines (DL2448, DL2452), Virgin Atlantic Airways (VS2183, VS4453)
Delta Air Lines (DL1738, DL1612, DL1693, DL1681, DL1683, DL1766), United Airlines (UA1900), American Airlines (AA1574)
Delta Air Lines (DL1093, DL186, DL1095, DL1155, DL1099, DL1166, DL1168), Korean Air (KE6947)
Alaska Airlines (AS745, AS85), Delta Air Lines (DL2750, DL2806, DL1254, DL2980, DL2774), United Airlines (UA241)
Delta Air Lines (DL2225, DL2232, DL1379), Aerolineas Argentinas (AR7013), Korean Air (KE3624, KE3625), Jet Airways (India) (9W8126, 9W8125)
Airport Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport, GA
- URL: Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport, GA (ATL)
- Time zone: GMT -5
- Service telephone: +1 404 530-6600; +1 800 897-1910; +1 404 530-7300
- Address: Atlanta Airport, 6000 North Terminal Parkway, Suite 4000, Atlanta GA 30320, USA
- Operating company: Department of Aviation of the City of Atlanta
- Parking: Yes, paid short-term and long-term parking.
- Nearby cities: Atlanta (13 km)
- Directions by car: Interstate I-285 (EXIT 61); Interstate I-85 (EXIT 71); Georgia State Route #6; US-Highway 29
- Stations: Atlanta Airport Station (Red & Yellow Line); The Amtrak Route "Crescent" (New York - New Orleans) serves Atlanta every day.
- Flight distribution on the days of the week: Monday (14.93%), Tuesday (14.04%), Wednesday (14.18%), Thursday (14.49%), Friday (14.81%), Saturday (12.73%), Sunday (14.81%)
- Alternative spelling: Atlanta-Hartsfield Atlanta Int'l Airport, Hartsfield-Jackson International Airport, Атланта - Хартсфилд-Джексон, Ατλάντα, ატლანტა, Ատլանտա, أتلانتا، جورجيا, اٹلانٹا, אטלנטה, அட்லான்டா, అట్లాంటా, अटलांटा, আটলান্টা, แอตแลนตา, 애틀랜타, アトランタ, 亚特兰大, 亞特蘭大
Most popular destinations from Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport, GA (Flights per week )
- Orlando International Airport, FL (243, 2,16 %)
- New York - La Guardia Airport, NY (227, 2,02 %)
- Fort Lauderdale-Hollywood International Airport, FL (221, 1,96 %)
- Denver International Airport, CO (219, 1,94 %)
- Baltimore-Washington International-Thurgood Marshall Airport, MD (215, 1,91 %)
- Tampa International Airport, FL (189, 1,68 %)
- Los Angeles International Airport, CA (186, 1,65 %)
- Washington DC - Ronald Reagan National Airport, VA (181, 1,61 %)
- Nashville International Airport, TN (170, 1,51 %)
- Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport, T (164, 1,46 %)
- other (82.1 %)
Top airlines (percentage of departures and arrivals)
- Aeroméxico (10383, 14,20 %)
- KLM (8211, 11,23 %)
- Virgin Atlantic Airways (8064, 11,03 %)
- Air France (6460, 8,83 %)
- Delta Air Lines (6322, 8,64 %)
- Korean Air (5428, 7,42 %)
- Westjet (4439, 6,07 %)
- Southwest Airlines (3394, 4,64 %)
- Italia Trasporto Aereo (2371, 3,24 %)
- Donavia (1293, 1,77 %)
- other (22.93 %)
Atlanta airport was first in use in 1925 and is located 16 km/11 miles south of downtown Atlanta. It is easy to reach the terminal building via the Interstate I-285 leaving at exit 61, Interstate I-85, exit 71, Georgia State Route #6 or the US-Highway 29.
The airport has a Metro Station, which is at the western side of the airport between the south terminal and the north terminal. The station is served by the "Red Line" and "Yellow Line" trains of Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority (MARTA). The bus numbers 72, 78, 82, 88, 89, 180, 181 and 189 also stop at the airport.
Passengers arriving at the airport by train please use the bus number 110 to Five Point Transit Center in downtown, changing for the "Red Line" or "Yellow Line" and head for the Airport Metro Station.
Since 2009, the ATL Skytrain, a people mover has been operating trains between the Main Terminal and the Rental Car Center (RCC) on the other side of the Interstate I-85 . This can transport up to 300 passengers in each direction in about 5 minutes and also stop at the Georgia International Convention Center (GICC).
In April 1925 Walter Sims, then mayor of Atlanta, signed a 5 year lease for an area used as a racing track. This was called Candler Field, after the owner of the Coca-Cola patent and the proprietor of Asa Griggs Candler. The first landing took place a year later, a postal plane from Jacksonville. The first commercial flight from Atlanta was operated in the spring of 1928 by Pitcaim Aviation. Only a year later this was followed by Delta Air Lines (founded in 1928) who has been using Atlanta as its headquarters and important hub ever since. In 1939, the first control tower was built and during the Second World War, the airport was an official military airport of strategic importance for the US-Air Force. During this time, the area of the airport doubled.
In 1946, after the end of the Second Word War, the airport was officially renamed Atlanta Municipal Airport. Even then, Atlanta was the busiest airport in the USA with more than 1600 arrivals and departures a day. Two years later, the airport was able to count 1 million passengers. In 1956, international connections followed with Eastern Airlines operating regular services to Montreal. The development of Atlanta airport was disproportionate in comparison with other US airports with the 2 million mark being crossed as early as 1957. At the same time, a new terminal was built to cope with rising flight numbers. Atlanta thereby became the USA’s most important and largest airport and has remained so until now.
The grounds were extended further and another concourse was opened in 1961. Atlanta was then able to check in 6 million passengers a year. As early as 1967, with a total of 9.5 million passengers, the grounds were already too small for future prognoses and a group of urban planners and several airlines made plans to extend the airport during the following decades. However, construction work only began in 1977, 10 years later, and at the time this was the largest building project in the south of the USA.
The official inauguration was in the autumn 1980, when the airport was also renamed Atlanta - William B. Hartsfield International Airport, to honour the mayor, who had supported the extension work. The airport was then large enough for 55 million passengers. It was finally given its current name in 2003, in honour of the mayor of the same name who died that year.